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    Deck the Halls with Cookie Balls

    Great NO-BAKE treats for the holidays! Quite a variety to choose from. Start early to store and let "ripen" for Christmas gifting or entertaining!
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    A cookie for coffee lover. Recipe is from Better Homes and Gardens 100 Best Cookies.

    Recipe #342032

    It is all the same to us! This is another favorite in our house at CHRISTmas!!

    Recipe #269119

    Easy addition to cookie trays! Bourbon and coffee go together very well in these little gems. The bourbon taste is very mellow in these, so you won't have to worry about it being overpowering.

    Recipe #155662

    One word, Yummy! I tried these for the first time after a Xmas cookie exchange party. A few of the girls I work with get together before the xmas holidays and we exchange our favorite holiday treats. We all make a dozen of our favorite recipe for every person attending, so we all end up leaving with a variety of lovely treats and our Xmas baking is done!! This was my DH and DD's favorite, so of course I had to ask for the recipe :) A big thanks to Lise for sharing this recipe with me.

    Recipe #415854

    This recipe is one that's been in my family for years. Mom would always make some around the holidays and they are always a hit, these don't last long so you might want to make an extra batch for yourself to enjoy LOL.

    Recipe #394693

    Christmas Holiday Rum Balls with maraschino cherries, pecans and corn syrup to add a delightful twist to the standard recipe. Storing them for up to seven days improves the flavor. (Recipes from www.101lifestyle.com)

    Recipe #147815

    2 Reviews |  By *Pixie*

    these tasty little balls are no bake, just melt, chill and roll...time for chilling is included in prep time.

    Recipe #38944

    Best when aged for 2-3 days when the flavors have had a chance to develop. Will keep several weeks stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Great for the holidays.

    Recipe #345936

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found these at www.webterrace.com Since I'm Polish have to try them.

    Recipe #77476

    From Paula Deen on the Food Network. This was one of the recipes featured on her show during chocolate week. She had a chocolate fountain on the stage and dipped everything she made into it!! Ooo la la!!!

    Recipe #248513

    I love the name of this recipe as well as I do the balls themselves. No baking is required to make these little goodies and they are great to add to a cookie tray or basket. Cooking time is actually cooling time.

    Recipe #140764

    These are great make ahead rum balls. Quick and easy to make and taste better after they've aged a bit so making them ahead of time is a good idea. I make them a few weeks before Christmas and add them to my cookie plates.

    Recipe #150853

    Do you like the taste of the candy bar almond joy? Well then you'll enjoy these NO-BAKE rum balls. Approximately one cup and a half of Myers Coconut Rum breaks down to 6 rum balls being 1 shot of booze. yields about 5 - 6 dozen rum balls (I don't have an accurate count b/c I... and a roommate (yea right) snacked while I was making them - whoopsiedaisy MY BAAAD). You can grind fine the vanilla wafers or stomp on with a rolling pin fine to medium coarse the way I like it. The 1 1/4 cup of Myers coconut rum is more like a cup and a half to taste.

    Recipe #150053

    From the Fabulous Foods website. I can't wait to make these this holiday season. A change from the normal bourbon balls. These will become more flavorful after sitting for 2-3 days, so plan ahead or make sure you put some aside for yourself to enjoy later. Time is a guess because I have not made these yet.

    Recipe #177202

    This recipe is very good. Something different to bring for the holidays.

    Recipe #189643

    My sister made these for Christmas this year and they are really good! The recipe came from a magazine. These cookies are tender and crumbly, like Mexican Wedding Cakes, and are very chocolaty with a hint of cinnamon.

    Recipe #273710

    This started out as a mediterranian classic, but I didn't have the right ingredients, so I wound up inventing these cuties with what I had on hand! They're quite good, especially if you let them sit for a few days. I'm thinking about substituting a cup of dates for one of the cups of raisins to give it a deeper flavor, but really anything works here! A note about ginger: If you're using the power found in the spice aisle, you'll want to use a bit more as it's known for being a smite underwhelming. Likewise, if you use dried ginger (like Chinese #1 cracked), you might want to use a bit less as it can be quite potent. As always, work according to taste, and use all your ingredients per their specific instructions!

    Recipe #201011

    These are oh so good! Found in Cooking Light Magazine, 11/05.

    Recipe #215535

    Another childhood favorite from my Aunt Helen. I'm not sure how many pecan balls this recipe actually makes, I'm working off an old and yellowing piece of paper, it should make a fair amount though.

    Recipe #134284

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    My Sis Lydia and I made these when I was going to make her favorite rum balls and had no rum!

    Recipe #200470

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